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Trapani Food Landscape

April 27, 2018 | by Diego Garzon

The Italian island of Sicily feels like a world apart from the Italian mainland and Europe. It’s a melting-pot of different cultures and civilizations that have left a lasting influence on the island over the centuries. At the westernmost point... Read the rest

Three Good Reasons to Visit Sicily

April 17, 2018 | by Andrea Guerriero

Despite being the largest island in the Mediterranean, Sicily isn’t the obvious travel destination of the region. The island of Ibiza is more famous thanks to its parties and wild nightlife scene. Santorini becomes a favourite destination for backpackers. There... Read the rest

Beach Holidays in Sicily: Giardini Naxos

May 8, 2012 | by Daniela

Giardini Naxos is a town in the Province of Messina, on the East coast of the wonderful Sicily, Italy. It lies between Cape Taormina and Cape Schisò, as a long, sensational crescent-shaped pebble-and-sand beach. Known as the first Greek settlement... Read the rest

A boat trip around Egadi Islands – III

April 4, 2012 | by Andrea Guerriero

We are in Favignana, the last stop of our sailing tour of the Egadi Islands. For we who live in Milan, Favignana is a second home. Here we have lots of friends: old friends, like Mauro (aka Gigio) who owns... Read the rest

A boat trip around Egadi Islands – II

March 29, 2012 | by Andrea Guerriero

We are in the midst of our tour of the Egadi Islands aboard our sailing boat. From Trapani we got to Marettimo. After exploring the marine grottos, visiting the Saracen tower and enjoying several stops at many of the restaurants... Read the rest

A boat trip around Egadi Islands – I

March 23, 2012 | by Andrea Guerriero

The arrival at Trapani airport is always very exciting. Ever since my old friend Mauro moved to Favignana nearly ten years ago, at least two or three times a year we land at Birgi and… truly feel like home. Yet... Read the rest

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